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06-11-2016, 08:54 PM - 1 Like   #1786
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Sure, go nuts. Just so you know, I do not do a lot of NR. I prefer detail over smudge.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jbinpg Quote
Sure, go nuts. Just so you know, I do not do a lot of NR. I prefer detail over smudge
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Sure, I am with you about NR and smudge.
But there is a very good NR plugin - Topaz DeNoise 6 which I used with your image. DeNoise allows you to tweak NR to your heart's contend and usually, if you don't go overboard, with good results. Mind you what I have done here would be better done out of RAW (which I think you know) with even better result. So this is just a teaser of what is possible.

I haven't really done much, just a bit of NR (with said DeNoise) a very small amount of brighten and colour correction.

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and thanks again.

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Your colour correction messed up a bit. The white vertical stripe on the wing of the sapsucker has taken on a slight mauve hue in your version. Anyway, I hear you on the NR. If this were a piece I was going to print or sell, I would do some masked NR. But I thought this K-1 picture thread was more about what the sensor can do than what we can do with the image in PP. The sapsucker was at ISO6400 and the hummingbird at ISO3200. In fact, I was playing around with Sv mode for the hummingbird. I locked it on ISO3200 to see what combo of shutter speed and aperture I would get. With the excellent SR of the K-1, it all fell within the usable envelope for the DA*300 despite it being a gloomy, rainy day . I think I will try Sv more often now.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jbinpg Quote
The white vertical stripe on the wing of the sapsucker has taken on a slight mauve hue in your version.
True, but this is only the result of the poor uploader here, I assure you it is not the case on my screen. Also the red has uploaded a bit the strongly.

I understand you will always be the master of your images, at the same time though, don't shut out all possibilities and leave image quality behind on the table.

"But I thought this K-1 picture thread was more about what the sensor can do.."

Sorry, I did not think of that.

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Brilliant shot ! That is tack sharp. Do you get any vignetting with the lens?

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If you can get close enough this combo makes it just to easy.


No vignetting, you do get quite a bit when using it with the 1.4 HD TC.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jbinpg Quote
A couple from the front yard birch tree today. Both K-1, DA*300+HD 1.4 TC and cropped down from FF.






Love the colors on the pecker... looks so real! Mind posting the version without processing?
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Had some fun with my k-1 this weekend

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DA 50-135 nocrop, just testing out the bokeh


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@K-amps - Will do you one better. Here is a dropbox link to the original DNG for the sapsucker. Anybody who wants to play with it, feel free. It shows how much you need to crop to get rid of the vignetting with the HD 1.4 TC (somewhere around 6095x4073 pixels). I will leave the link up for a day or so.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bmikltcc7flx7qr/K1A_2862.DNG?dl=0


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Multnomah falls with Pentax 24-70mm and B&W polarizer with Pixelshift on.
I don't have a lot of experience shooting waterfalls and Multnomah is surprisingly hard to shoot - just doesn't come across in my photos as impressive as IRL.
Thought this would be a tough test for pixel shift, long exposure (3 sec) with a lot of moving foliage. I think it passed with flying colors. There is obviously some leaf blur (as one would expect), but I can't see any artifacts, the water blur is smooth and the detail is great (my opinion).
Very little editing except to crop and up shadows a touch and photoshopping people off the bridge.
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Here you go jbinpg: I was not looking for a re-process, only to see the extent of the Vignette... but after opening the dng.. could not resist :-)

Here is my version: No crop. Vignette fixed in PP. Tilt blur added since the Bark was a bit distracting to me. Topaz NR cleaned up the noise, which was quite low anyway for iso6400. Thanks for letting us play with it.





Had to upload it to Flickr as this site was darkening it and smudging details... will remove it in a week or so. Gave you credit for the shot.
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